Undergraduate

Undergraduate Highlights

Clubs for every interest
Business Scholars Program
Service Learning
Imagine U

Clubs for every interest

The David Eccles School of Business has student involvement opportunities for every interest and every discipline. And if it doesn't exist, we can help you start it.

Business Scholars Program

Imagine an honors-level specialized curriculum that immerses you in real-world business experiences and networking opportunities from your first day on campus. Check it out.

Service Learning

Through the Bennion Center and other school-specific projects, students at the David Eccles School of Business find that learning while giving back can be as invaluable as in learning in the classroom.

Imagine U

Step One: Imagine. Step Two: Do. The possibilities are endless here at the U. If you can imagine it, you can do it, and we're here to help guide you through.

Undergraduate News

U students pitch invention on "Shark Tank;" viewing party Friday

Two University of Utah graduates will appear on ABC’s "Shark Tank" on Friday, April 11 at 8 p.m.Mountain time to make a pitch for their startup company, Power Practical, in hopes of receiving an investment.

With the help of the U’s Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute, David Toledo and Paul Slusser developed a portable cooking pot capable of transforming heat and water into a usable power source that can charge phones or other devices using thermoelectricity.

New U research shows effect of online word-of-mouth on sales

A new study out of the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business found that when it comes to driving sales, what consumers say online is more important than the number of comments. The study also found that traditional advertising is a stronger driver of sales earlier in a product’s life cycle, but online commentary becomes a more critical driver as the product matures in the market.